San Francisco Women's March Details
NOTE: This information is for existing ticket-holders only. We are completely sold out and the waitlist is closed.
When: January 21st, 2017. Registration begins at 1:00 pm for ticket-holders only.
Where: The Hivery, 38 Miller Ave. Ste. 20, Mill Valley, CA 94941 (second floor above Balboa Cafe)
What to bring: A small, preferably clear bag, snacks, fully-charged cell phone and additional charger, and water. Signs (with no posts), rain ponchos, battery powered candles, pins, and scarves will be provided.
What to wear: Comfortable clothing and shoes. Dress in layers and prepare for rain. Umbrellas may not be allowed at the march for security, so bring alternative (note that The Hivery will provide a rain poncho).
1-1:30 pm ・・・・・・・・・Registration at The Hivery
(*Note- the potluck lunch & sign-making were cancelled due to space constraints)
1:30-1:45 pm ・・・・・・・ Group Ceremony
1:45-2 pm ・・・・・・・・・ Load Buses
2 pm ・・・・・・・・・・・・ Buses Depart
2-2:45 ・・・・・・・・・・・ Travel to Women’s March
3-5:00 pm・・・・・・・・・ Pre- March Rally: speakers, art, and music (Civic Center)
5-8:00 pm・・・・・・・・・Candlelight March (to Justin Herman Plaza)
8:30 pm ・・・・・・・・・・Load Buses- (exact location TBA)
Click here to see a list of The Women' March Speakers & Performers
I can no longer attend. Is my ticket refundable?
Unfortunately, we are unable to issue refunds for this event, as the proceeds have gone to paying for the bus.
Can someone else use my ticket?
Yes, as long as you coordinate the transfer of ticket and they fill out their waiver before 12:00pm Friday, and put your name under "Full Name of Ticket Purchaser". The Hivery can not transfer tickets for you.
Can I bring my own sign?
Yes, as long as the language is kind and peaceful. Please note, signs with wooden, plastic, or metal posts are not permitted at the march due to SFPD security rules.
Can I bring my kids?
Every person MUST have a seat. No one can ride on laps or share seats. Many women are bringing their kids to participate in this historical event. Yes, you may bring your children as long as they have their own ticket and stay with you at all times, and you are responsible for them. This will be a very large march, and we have a large group of Hivery women to manage. If you choose to bring them, please be aware of your responsibility and keep them close to you.
What are the hashtags for the march?
We encourage you to use the Women's March hashtags which are: #WomensMarch, #WhyIMarch and #IMarchFor _______.
Marching Day Tips (From Women's March Bay Area)
- Wear comfortable shoes
- Wear layers to stay warm
- Stay hydrated
- Don't rely on cell phones. Stay with your group.
- Don't offer personal information to anyone.
- Have a 'march buddy'. Stay with them and keep track of their whereabouts. This is a group effort!
- Use a sharpie to write important information on your forearm (especially helpful for children).
- See something? Say something to a peace ambassador, officer, or volunteer.